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Class Act Clarinets - Student 10-pack (1 CD)

Product Code: 3612051

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Motivate and inspire new clarinettists in a classroom
situation, Grade 1
The Class Act books provide fun and motivating material for the beginner learning in a small group or class situation.

The series not only provides a wealth of easy music with a 'feel good' jazzy accompaniment (on CD as well as in the teacher's copy), but also rhythm and ear-training exercises, practice patterns, and extensive activities linked to the National Curriculum principles.

Class Act works alongside the teacher. The books provide an abundance of musical material while allowing teachers to use their own ideas on technique and theory.

The book encourages playing by ear and introduces notes one at a time to promote sounds musical literacy.

Class Act provides the WHOLE CLASS with opportunities and inspiration.
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Product Code3612051
NameClass Act Clarinets - Student 10-pack (1 CD)
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorSarah Watts
ISMNM570245239
Short DescriptionMotivate and inspire new clarinettists in a classroom situation, Grade 1
Pack Size1
Size297 X 210mm
Count10
Date Published1 Feb 2006
Product RangeClass Act
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Student, Clarinet

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Sarah has a passion for encouraging people to enjoy music. As Artistic Director of the National Youth Music Camps she plays a large part in promoting the Dankworth 'all music' philosophy that influenced her early years.

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Class Act motivates and inspires children learning in a mixed-ability class situation. The books provide fun material, giving everyone a chance to join in and make progress.

Class Act 2 focuses on music rather than method and encouraging playing by ear. There are rhythm and ear-training exercises, practice patterns and extension activities linked to National Curriculum principles.